Chudleigh Hotel

Guest House in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex

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Agate Road
Clacton-on-Sea
Essex
England
CO15 1RA

Chudleigh Hotel, Clacton-on-Sea

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Accommodation Description:

The Chudleigh, as the saying goes, is"an oasis" in a central location, and is conveniently situated, near the beautiful seafront gardens and only a short distance from the Pier and main shopping centre. Its beautifully decorated 10 bedrooms are all fitted with private showers/WC/Colour TV,Lounge furniture, Intercom and Direct dial Telephones. Wireless Internet is free of charge.

Parking is free. English/French and Italian spoken.

The Chudleigh, established by the current family in 1963, is conveniently situated near the central seafront, only a short distance from the Pier and main shopping centre. The unique architecture makes this popular Guesthouse a landmark in the town and its amazingly quiet location, although central, certainly encourages a visit. The pleasantly informal service is friendly, and yet attentive.

An extensive breakfast menu, cooked to order, using local sourced produce is available in the attractively furnished dining room. Superior accommodation is offered to both leisure and business visitors in immaculately kept surroundings.. Hosts are fluent in French and Italian.

With nearly 50 years experience in the hospitality industry at home and abroad, guests can be assured that their expectations for good service and attention to details will be guaranteed. Chudleigh offers 10 en-suite bedrooms of which 2 singles are located on the second floor; and also a large family room ( for 2 adults and 2 children) ; one double bedroom on the mezzanine floor: on the first floor 4 double bedrooms, one of which (with a 6 foot bed ) can be turned into a twin. On the ground floor: one double room (with a 6 foot bed) can be also turned into a twin; and a family room with one double bed and a single bed (can be let also as a twin).

Rooms are serviced every day and a complimentary tray with teas, coffee, chocolate and biscuits is provided. A quiet and comfortable lounge is available to guest on the ground floor. We have no restriction for accessing Chudleigh, either during the day or at night.

 4 star rating

From: £48.00

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